Academics

Academic Students

Bachelor of Social Work

The BSW degree program of the School of Social Work is fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. Its primary educational objective is to prepare students for beginning professional social work practice. The sequence of courses, designed to include academic social work and field experience requirements based on a liberal arts foundation, enables the student, upon graduation, to work in a variety of social service agencies and settings. A secondary purpose of the program is preparation for graduate study in social work or another profession or discipline. Read more...

View Student Outcomes on Core Social Work Competencies BSW Program August 2011- August 2012

Master of Social Work

The MSW is one of the broadest, most versatile degree programs available. Our graduates are leading clinical practitioners, program administrators and managers, consultants, educators, and researchers. We will prepare you for an exciting, rewarding career in the human services. Read more...

View Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes Masters of Social Work Program August 2011- August 2012

Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work

Our PhD program faculty are leaders in the areas of social work research and practice. Our graduates become faculty members in schools of social work, leaders in social work or social welfare agencies, or conduct research or policy analysis. We invite you to take a look around and learn about our program. Read more...